The ESRB has now rated Gearbox Software’s Battleborn video game and with it comes a few new small details about it.
The ESRB has rated Battleborn as T for Teen. The content descriptors are as follows: Language, Violence. Online interactions were not rated and will vary on the experience of the individual.
The rating summary says: “This is a first-person shooter in which players assume the role of heroes who must battle to protect the last star in the universe. Players use assault rifles, swords, throwing knives, and special abilities (e.g., ice bullets, magic spells, cloaking device) to kill robots and alien creatures in frenetic combat.
Battles are accompanied by realistic gunfire, large explosions, and colorful light effects. The words “a*s” and “bastard” are heard in the dialogue; one character holds up her middle finger (i.e., flipping the bird) as a taunt.”
From the description about the game on the ESRB, it sounds like the game will just have bad language and cartoon-like violence. It pretty much sounds more or less like Borderlands which is also a game that Gearbox Software developed.
Battleborn will be released for the PC, PS4 and Xbox One. It currently has a release date of May 3rd, 2016.